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New MVNO -- Called Simple Mobile -- Launches

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Nov 16, 2009, 3:40 PM

So what makes this company different

then any other mvno or prepaid service that will make customer switch? Eh?
I think it is because it's possibly the only GSM MVNO to have an unlimited plan, or at least where I live, meaning you can use high end Nokias, Ericssons, and maybe the iPhone with this company
Not only that,their internet is only 20mb per month!!!! How is that unlimited Unless you pay $55.00 then you get the unlimited 40mb plan!!!! Ha Ha ha Laughing
This company's ops smell bad, and you would probably be taking a big risk to port your number to them. With offerings out there like Straight Talk on Verizon, which is $45 a month for unlimited everything, why would you consider a $50/20MB deal?


Nov 17, 2009, 2:34 AM

Here's what happens if you fill out the "Dealer Signup"

If you fill out their dealer form, it sends you to this page and tells you to contact one of the "Master Agents" listed:
http://www.mysimplemobile.com/Distributors_ThankYou. ... »

The Dealer Signup form had a box to create a password.

I used the account login on the "My Account" page, using this password and the email address I provided. But the only option on the account page is to log out again. After logging in, the "My Account" link goes directly to the welcome/logout page. You can't view the page with the PIN/Activate buttons any more (and those buttons were non-functional anyway). It is almost a completely non-functional website.

Also, the info I entered on the dealer signup form was complete gibberish, and I selecte...
After what I've seen about Buzzirk Wireless/Zer01 Mobile I figured I'd spend some time
in trying to find about any real information about this company.
As of now (if you have read all the comments) we know that "My Simple Mobile" or Simple
Mobile L...

Nov 16, 2009, 6:30 PM

Simple Mobile using T-Mobile native 1900 MHz network?

Simple Mobile Coverage
http://www.mysimplemobile.com/Simple-Mobile-Coverage ... »

T-Mobile 3G Data Coverage (*)
http://coverage.t-mobile.com/default.aspx?MapType=Data »

* For reference only. T-Mobile's 3G coverage map shows it's native coverage areas more clearly, assuming 3G was first (only?) deployed to existing towers.

Simple Mobile's $50 plan includes 20MB of data.
Double (40MB total) for $5 more.
http://www.mysimplemobile.com/Simple-Mobile-Plan.aspx »
Yeah, it definitely looks like a T-Mobile MVNO. The FAQs mention 1-805-MESSAGE as the voicemail access number, same as T-Mobile.

Also, their terms of service for data and downloads (last part of this page):
http://www.mysimplemobile.com/Simple-Mobile-Terms-Co ... »

...is lifted word-for-word from T-Mobile's page:
http://www.t-mobile.com/Templates/Popup.aspx? »...
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